LeBron James

Does LeBron need to reinvent himself with the Lakers?

Guest contribution by Jen Cassidy Nine days into free agency, the die was cast with LeBron James signing a four-year deal worth $153.3 million. The last year is a player option, which means the Lakers will have ample time to build around James. But James is in win-mode now, yet the team he is set to

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DeMarcus Cousins: LeBron, Lakers “have a chance” to beat the Warriors

The Los Angeles Lakers made a splash this summer when they signed top free agent, LeBron James. The Golden State Warriors shocked the basketball world when they signed heavily touted free agent, DeMarcus Cousins. Who did it better? “They got the best player in the world,” DeMarcus Cousins told me of LeBron James in an

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DeMarcus Cousins

Warriors DeMarcus Cousins “doesn’t care” about Stephen A. Smith’s Lakers prediction on ESPN First Take

A few weeks ago, ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith boldly predicted that the Los Angeles Lakers would make it to the 2019 NBA Western Conference Finals. “Me personally, I believe they should get to the Conference Finals and lose to Golden State,” Stephen A. Smith said last month on ESPN’s First Take. Los Angeles made a

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DeMarcus Cousins: Warriors are “like play-doh”

The Golden State Warriors shocked the basketball world when they signed heavily touted free agent, Demarcus Cousins. A four-time NBA All Star and four-time All-NBA selection, there’s a lot of pressure for Cousins to succeed. Cousins is coming off of a serious Achilles’ injury that will likely sideline him until January or February of the

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Joakim Noah

Joakim Noah, Knicks break up is looming

According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, center Joakim Noah is expected to part ways with the New York Knicks. Sources: The Knicks and center Joakim Noah are expected to part ways before training camp; team has continued to work trade calls, although waiving and stretching Noah's contract looms as a route. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania)

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Why is there a negative connotation on coming off the bench in basketball?

Being in the starting lineup was always a goal for every kid growing up. Players that started were always looked at as the best players on the team. In most instances, that is true however there are some times where that’s not the case. For some reason, there’s a negative connotation on coming off the

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LeBron James

LeBron James News: Lakers have title chance with”best player in the world,” says Kevin Garnett

The Los Angeles Lakers added LeBron James to their roster this NBA offseason. Is that enough to GET PAST the Golden State Warriors and win an NBA championship? “I don’t know,” retired NBA vet, Kevin Garnett told me via ScoopB.com  “I don’t know. I think we’re all going to see it and it’s going to

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Breanna Stewart is already a Hall of Fame lock

When thinking of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, unfortunately, our first thoughts tend to lean toward former NBA players. This obviously excludes great college players, overseas players and often overlooked, WOMEN! Look no further than the WNBA’s own Breanna Stewart. The criteria for entering the Hall of Fame seems absolutely clear for some inductees,

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Derrick Rose

Timber-Bulls: Derrick Rose is Wolves starting PG says Kevin Garnett

This week, the Minnesota Timberwolves became Chicago Bulls west. Earlier this week, the T-wolves signed Luol Deng to their roster. The move reunites Deng with former Chicago Bulls head coach, Tom Thibodeau and Bulls  teammates, Jimmy Butler, Taj Gibson and Derrick Rose in Minnesota and creates what ‘the internet’ dubbed the Minnesota Timber-Bulls. Also this

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LeBron & Lakers beating Warriors “extremely tough,” says Amare Stoudemire

LeBron James’ summer has been busy. The Los Angeles Lakers forward signed with the purple and gold in the offseason, announced his new “I Promise” school in his native Akron, Ohio, is on the cover of NBA 2K19, produced a new Barbershop docu-series on HBO and receive a Fashion Icon Award last week during a

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